Glam and Glits Giveaway Hop

Welcome to the Glam and Glits Giveaway Hop, hosted by Mama the Fox!

I have to talk about the ‘glam’ of this hop rather than the ‘glits’ because I still don’t know what a glit is. Glitter? Glitz? Something along one of those lines, I imagine.

But glamor at least is a word I’m sure of. Isn’t it funny how the definition of what that means changes over the years? Or at least the official definition. I’m pretty sure that ‘glamorousness’ is still in the eye of the beholder – adjacent to but not exactly twinsies with beauty being in the eye of its beholder.

Your mileage may vary, whether it’s glamorous or not.

Enter in the rafflecopter for your chance at one of Reading Reality’s usual prizes, the winner’s choice of either a $10 Amazon Gift Card or $10 in Books. It might not buy a whole lot of glamor but it should be good for a glit or two!

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For more glamorous and/or glitsy prizes, be sure to visit the other stops on this hop!

MamatheFox and all participating blogs are not held responsible for sponsors who fail to fulfill their prize obligations.

86 thoughts on “Glam and Glits Giveaway Hop

  1. Glamorous was a term used in another day and age. The 1940’s and 1950’s when woman and men went to the theater and dinner and hosted parties. Everyone dressed to the nines and looked wonderful.

  2. The word glamorous makes me envision celebrities all dressed up for an award show or premier

  3. The word glamorous makes me think of Audrey Hepburn. Full of glamour, charmingly attractive in a fancy, exciting way!

  4. When I hear the word “glamorous,” I think of elegance, sophistication, and a sense of luxury. It often brings to mind images of red carpets, sparkling jewelry, and glitzy celebrities.

  5. I always thought that a four star restaurant was glamorous: It’s the epitome of fine dining.

  6. I think of old Hollywood for example Hedy Lamar,Olivia Dehavelind,or Veronica Lake,they were so glamorous.

  7. I think of Old Hollywood and the actresses of that era. I can’t think of any current actresses who I would call glamorous.

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